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Oct 27, 2011
2nd panel=best panel. Of uh... everything.
Oct 18, 2011
I had a teacher giving out anonymous surveys. He asked us to e-mail the response to him :)
Jul 25, 2011
Could've been worse. I have a boss who secretly hates a few employees. When he gets negative anonymous feedback, he'll automatically imagine these were the guys who wrote them.

The charismatic ones can write the boss to hell, but he will never suspect a thing.

Anonymous feedback that involves short written responses is pure evil. It induces paranoia.
Nov 7, 2010
What - I just found out by posting my last response that t.r.i.m.m.i.n.g is banned on the Dilbert site. Bug!
Nov 7, 2010
At Microsoft, we solve poor anonymous surveys two ways: (a) by firing the guys that are whining - we don't need negativists and they clearly have issues (b) by not sending surveys to everyone.

Surveys are anonymous but of course it needs your domain credentials, ip, mac address, latitude, longitude and your Windows Live Id, just so you can't complete the survey twice.

Surveys used to be big until two years back when they figured they had to fix most of the responses by !$%*!$%* outliers and cook the results.
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